Not rated, 67 min. Directed by Paul Feine.
America's Future Foundation – Austin: An Evening of Film, Food, and Freedom: Jacob Sullum, senior editor at Reason magazine, will conduct a Q&A after the screening.
7PM Alamo Drafthouse Village, 2700 W. Anderson, 512/459-7090
132 min. Directed by Terry Gilliam. Starring Jonathan Pryce, Kim Greist, Robert De Niro, Katherine Helmond, Ian Holm, Bob Hoskins and Michael Palin.
Alamo 100: This modern cult classic is a triumphantly dark comedy directed by one of the film world’s truly original visionaries.
9:45PM Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane, 5701 W. Slaughter Ln., 512/476-1320
9:35PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/476-1320
Rated G, 87 min. Directed by Charlie Chaplin. Starring Charlie Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill and Harry Myers.
Alamo 100: In this quintessential movie to feature Chaplin as the Little Tramp, the character falls in love with a blind flower girl and endures a host of comic adventures while earning the money that will pay for an operation to restore her sight.
7:15PM Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane, 5701 W. Slaughter Ln., 512/476-1320
Not rated, 95 min. Directed by Hideaki Anno, Mahiro Maeda, Masayuki and Kazuya Tsurumaki. Starring Megumi Ogata, Megumi Hayashibara and Yûko Miyamura.
This is the third in a four-part reimagining of Japan's classic apocalyptic mecha anime series. Dubbed.
9:25PM Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline, 14028 U.S. 183 N., 512/861-7070
7PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/476-1320
Not rated, 103 min. Directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev. Starring Konstantin Lavronenko, Natalya Vdovina, Vladimir Garin and Ivan Dobronravov.
Austin Film Society: Russian Films of the Past Two Decades:
A long-absent father returns to his family in this prize-winning Russian drama, and for his two young sons the unexplained reason for his return is as mysterious as his absence. Read a full review of The Return.
7:30PM The Marchesa Hall & Theatre, 6406 N. I-35, 512/454-2000
B Movies and Bad History: Clips from Lone Wolf McQuade, the feature film that inspired Walker, Texas Ranger, will screen along with clips from the TV show. Former director of the Texas Film Commission and production manager Joe Dishner will discuss the clips.
7PM Texas Spirit Theater at the Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 N. Congress, 512/936-8746
Austin Public Library: Japanese television anime. free
5PM Carver Branch Library, 1161 Angelina, 512/974-1010
Rated PG-13, 130 min. Directed by Harald Zwart. Starring Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan, Kevin Zegers, Lena Headey, Kevin Durand, Aidan Turner, Jemima West, Godfrey Gao, CCH Pounder, Jared Harris and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
6:30PM Yarborough Branch Library, 2200 Hancock
1800 N. Congress, 512/936-4629
Not rated, 44 min. Directed by Mike Slee. Starring Gordon Pinsent and Patricia Phillips.
The life cycle of a monarch butterfly and its long-distance migration from Canada to Central Mexico is captured in this 3-D nature documentary that also focuses on the decades of fieldwork conducted by Canadian scientist Fred Urquhart.
Not rated, 40 min. Directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas. Narrated by Bill Nighy.
This 3-D film explores the great white’s place in our imaginations and fears, while concentrating on key aggregation points in the waters off Mexico, South Africa, Los Angeles, and New Zealand.
Not rated, 38 min. Directed by Steven Judson. Starring Greg MacGillivray and Liam Neeson.
This film follows expedition leaders as they tunnel through Greenland's ice caves, explore the aquatic chambers beneath the jungles of the Yucatan, and rappel the limestone caverns of the Grand Canyon. Read a full review of Journey Into Amazing Caves.
Not rated, 39 min. Directed by Scott Swofford. Narrated by Colby Donaldson.
Texas is shown to be a land broad enough to produce everything from grapefruit to microchips.
Not rated, 45 min. Directed by David Clark. Narrated by Christopher Plummer.
Computer-generated imagery brings to life this mysterious era of the Ice Age.